SANTIAGO, CHILE11 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: AFPTV
1. Plano geral protesters clash with police at Santiago's General Cemetery on the 47th anniversary of the coup d'etat2. Plano geral protesters throw objects at water cannons used by police to disperse them3. Plano médio cannons shoot water at protesters4. Plano médio protester cover themselves from the water with a trash can5. Plano médio cannon shoots water at protesters6. Plano médio two people place a carnation -- typically used as a symbol to commemorate the dictatorship -- on a grave7. Plano geral dancers perform inside cemetery
8. SONORA 1 - Felipe Valenzuela, psychology student (homem, Spanish, 14 seg.): "I believe that coming here on September 11, in the context of a pandemic means taking charge of history and also being part of it."
"Creo que el venir aquí en un 11 de septiembre, en contexto de pandemia, es un poco eso: como hacerse cargo de la historia y ser parte, también, de la historia."
9. SONORA 2 - Angelito de Cielos, retiree (homem, Spanish, 21 seg.): "It is a day to remember the struggle of the Chilean people to have better living conditions, to find their own way. The bourgeoisie, the ruling class did not allow this and in order to counteract this situation, they had to go as far as committing crimes, torturing and lying."
"Es un día de recuerdo de la lucha del pueblo chileno por tener mejores condiciones de vida, por buscar su camino propio. La burguesía, la clase dominante no lo permitió y para poder contrarrestar esa situación, tuvieron que llegar al crimen, a las torturas, a la mentira."
10. Plano geral police use water cannons to disperse protesters11. Plano médio police use water cannons to disperse crowds as protester waves a Chilean flag with a photo of former President Salvador Allende on it12. Plano médio relatives of dictatorship victims march as they hold up a wreath and chant "Justice and truth -- no to impunity" in Spanish13. Plano geral protesters march and chant: "Now it is crucial that justice tries and punishes the culprits"14. Plano médio protester holds a carnation as a photo hangs on her neck, and protesters chant: "We haven't seen them ever since. The state is guilty, tell us where they are"15. Plano médio protester holds a banner with a photo of Salvador Allende, who was Chile's President until the coup d'etat16. Plano médio banner reads "Thank you, brave youth!" in Spanish and memorial remembers dictatorship victims in the background17. Plano geral niches inside cemetery18. Plano médio person places a carnation on a grave